Michigan Pipeline Standoff Could Affect Water Protection and Indigenous Rights Across the US

August 16, 2023


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15-30 mins
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Presented by The Conversation

Should states and Indigenous nations be able to influence energy projects they view as harmful or contrary to their laws and values? In a heated battle over the fate of Enbridge Energy’s Line 5 pipeline, The Bad River Tribe of Wisconsin and the State of Michigan are fighting to have the line shut down immediately. In this article for The Conversation, U-M professor Mike Shriberg suggests that the future of Line 5 has become a defining issue for the future of the Great Lakes region.

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